- A talented South African woman has grabbed the attention of many locals after sharing a rough sketch of her art piece
- The social media account holder says she listens to Radio 702 and sketches imaginary faces of the listeners
- People feel the woman is talented and could take her talent further to become a professional
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A local woman has displayed her talent on social media, saying she sketches the callers to Radio 702. The woman seems to be a staunch follower of one of Mzansi’s top talk radio outlets and her art has grabbed the attention of many locals.
However, some social media users have also posed questions as to why all the callers are facing in the same direction and have long noses. She wrote on Twitter:
“Rough sketch, I normally do when listening to radio 702… I visualise the callers.”
The post reads:
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“When did AKA phone Radio 2000?”
Maybe they were speaking about Casper so AKA had to call coz definitely him.”
“Ke magowa ne?”
“Haaw bathong Zonke ha ubone Thabo le Pule?”
“I saved this. Next time draw them on the blank paper mahn. Good hand you have.”
“Why 95.7% of the looking old??”
“Why are they all facing one direction...?”
“I don't know who you are, but today is the day I decide to follow you. You killed me.”
“Why are they all so nosey.”
“Where is anonymous/anonza.”
“So good”: Online community wowed by an amazingly lifelike portrait, goes viral
Checking out a related article on art, Briefly News posted that a woman’s photo of art is going viral all over the globe after it was sketched and shared by @Julce.Art on Instagram.
The beautiful and creative piece has definitely impressed many art lovers who can't believe the quality of the image.
It seems the account holder is based in Stuttgart in Germany and the post’s uniqueness has really left many attracted and praising the man behind it. According to the caption, it is mentioned that the drawing took a massive 35 hours to complete and a number of materials were used to make it a masterpiece.
The model used in the artefact is Pauline Schmidt and the artist says he used polychromos and luminance to ensure it looks professional.